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Old 08-24-2013, 07:42 AM   #21
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The 22 AR bolt carrier conversion was probably the best "gun" item purchase I have ever made!!

The carrier group from ....... Uhhhh..... Somebody help me... CMGS? No I screwed up the letters, but google it ......

Anyhow. The darn thing runs great through my AR! Never a hiccup. And you cap practice with your regular upper/lower. Trigger pull , sight system and everything is the same for some cheap practice. Shoot 500 rounds of 22 for $30 and you have paid for the conversion!! And believe me..... 500 rounds can go fast!!!

Makes me want to go shooting just thinking about it....... Wouldn't that piss the wife off... It's 2:40 am...... At least I'd earn the trouble..lol.

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Old 08-24-2013, 10:31 AM   #22
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This is a great idea! How much did you pay for it? Where can I get my hands on one?

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They are running about 200 for the kit.... Mag and bolt carrier group. Check out midwayusa.com. They usually have them.

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Old 08-26-2013, 10:08 PM   #24
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Why does it take so long?

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I have one of these for my mini 14 and it works fine.

www.cheaperthandirt.com/product/ARR-059

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I have both the AAC Element, Gen 1 and the Sparrow SS can. They both have their strong points. As said before, the Sparrow does have a first round pop when shot from a pistol where the AAC does not. Since I enjoy what I consider the best of both worlds, the Sparrow gets put on the rifles and the Element goes on the pistols. Yes, I do have a number of hosts for the cans. That’s that bad part of owning cans, threaded barreled guns tend to grab your attention. If you can only do one 22 can I would recommend the Sparrow if you don’t mind the first round pop from a pistol. It’s stainless steel and the company has great customer service where AAC is waning in that department since they got bought by Remington.
Two other things, do not shoot the 60 grain bullet, it does not stabilize properly and will damage the can with baffle strikes. Barrels 4.5 inches and less will keep all but the hottest 22 loads from going supersonic therefore eliminating the sonic crack.
Just my quarter’s worth adjusted for inflation.

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The 22 AR bolt carrier conversion.. from ....... Uhhhh..... Somebody help me... CMGS?
Is this it?
https://www.cmmginc.com/category_s/1851.htm

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I have one of these for my mini 14 and it works fine.

www.cheaperthandirt.com/product/ARR-059
uh... is this it?
http://www.22lrconversions.com/mini-pg.htm
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Yep. Those are the ones. I suggest getting the stainless steel one. Easy to clean, and there are no parts that move while in contact with the host, so you done have to worry about wear.

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